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What is the advantage of an organism the reproduces sexually rather than asexually?

An organism that reproduces sexually will have more genetic diversity than one that reproduces asexually.


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It forms on the side of the organism.


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reproduces asexually.


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The karyotype of the asexual organism would not contain homologous chromosomes


How would the karyotype of an organism reproduces asexually differ from a human karyotype?

The karyotype of the asexual organism would not contain homologous chromosomes


How would the karyotype of an organism that reproduces asexually differ from an human karyotype?

The karyotype of the asexual organism would not contain homologous chromosomes


How would a karyotype from an organism that reproduces asexually differ from a human karyotype?

The karyotype of the asexual organism would not contain homologous chromosomes


How would the karyotype of an organism the reproduces asexually differ from a human karyotype?

The karyotype of the asexual organism would not contain homologous chromosomes